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Uniting Food Security and Economic Growth in Africa

Uniting Food Security and Economic Growth in Africa

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The Battle Over the Future of the ICC Continues in The Hague

The Battle Over the Future of the ICC Continues in The Hague

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Supporting Promise with Action in Africa’s Rise

Supporting Promise with Action in Africa’s Rise

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The Humanitarian Toll of the Syrian Crisis

The Humanitarian Toll of the Syrian Crisis

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For Refugees, No Yellow Brick Road to Oz

For Refugees, No Yellow Brick Road to Oz

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Zimbabwe & the Search for the Rule of Law

Zimbabwe & the Search for the Rule of Law

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The Day the Terminator Walked into the Embassy

The Day the Terminator Walked into the Embassy

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Kenya Votes While Calm Reigns

Kenya Votes While Calm Reigns

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Civil Society Under Fire in Zimbabwe

Civil Society Under Fire in Zimbabwe

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Timbuktu’s Cultural Treasures & the ICC

Timbuktu’s Cultural Treasures & the ICC

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A Break in Eritrea’s Controlled Calm

A Break in Eritrea’s Controlled Calm

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New Calls for the ICC to Take on Syria

New Calls for the ICC to Take on Syria

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Confronting Violence Against Women in India

Confronting Violence Against Women in India

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Opinion: Cutting Aid Will Help End African Corruption

Opinion: Cutting Aid Will Help End African Corruption

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The African Commission Takes on SADC

The African Commission Takes on SADC

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About the Author

Kimberly J. Curtis
Kimberly J. Curtis

Kimberly Curtis has a Master's degree in International Affairs and a Juris Doctor from American University in Washington, DC. She is a co-founder of The Women's Empowerment Institute of Cameroon and has worked for human rights organizations in Rwanda and the United States. You can follow her on Twitter at @curtiskj

Areas of Focus: Transitional justice; Women's rights; Africa

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